The ASU Library Channel welcomes back Arizona Historical Foundation Photo Preservationist Rebekah Tabah to discuss the 2011 exhibit "Allen Dutton: A Retrospective" featuring examples from over fifty years of the artist's work. Host Fred McIlvain takes us on a tour of Dutton's work including his books, paintings, photo collages, and his life and history in Arizona. Get ready for a discussion unique as the artist himself. Master photographer, author, sculptor, social critic, painter,... Topics: photography, Arizona, art, exhibit, podcast, libraries, history, nudes, rhinos, Phoenix, Then and... Source: WAV audio file recorded on Marantz PMD670 Compact Flash Recorder
Curator Karrie Porter Brace and student Zac Humphrey, an active member of the ASU Sun Devil Marching Band, join us for an entertaining exploration of the marching band as we highlight the re-opening of the Mighty Marching Sun Devil exhibit at Hayden Library. The discussion traces the history of the marching band, including great band directors of the past and includes an interesting look at the evolution of the band uniform. Explore the exhibit featuring photographs and other band related... Topics: music, marching band, exhibit, university, history, band directors, band uniforms, drum corps, ASU,... Source: WAV audio file recorded on Marantz PMD670 Compact Flash Recorder
On February 14, 2012 Arizona celebrates 100 years of statehood. ASU School of Theatre and Film presents the play Untold Stories/Unsung Heroes as part of the Arizona Centennial Project New Works Series beginning February 10 at 7:30 in the Lyceum Theatre. Director Pamela Sterling, professor at the School of Theatre and Film, joins Host Fred McIlvain to talk about the play and how it was put together. Joining them is Curatorial Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace to talk about the tie-in... Topics: play, exhibit, Arizona, oral history, centennial, arts, university, students, ASU Source: WAV audio file recorded on Marantz PMD670 Compact Flash Recorder
Over a hundred years ago a Franciscan friar and self-taught photographer, Simeon Schwemberger dramatically captured the life of Catholic clergy, Navajo people, and others in the Southwest. Curatorial Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace, Curator of the Labriola National American Indian Data Center Joyce Martin, and University Archivist Rob Spindler promote their new exhibit Schwemberger Photographs an exhibition of large format images taken between 1902 and 1909 by Brother Simeon Schwemberger... Topics: ASU, Arizona, exhibit, photography, glass plate negatives, Navajo Indians, missions, Franscisca...